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  • By JanN on December 5, 2016

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  • By A customer on July 9, 1999

    I have studied metaphysical and new age books by all the great masters since I was 13 (back in 1968). I have never found a book that described the basics better than this jewel. Its review of "Light On the Path" is worth the price of the book and will teach you for a lifetime.

  • By [email protected] on November 18, 1998

    As with '14 Lessons', I have awarded 5 stars. I wanted to award 4 to '14 Lessons' to indicate the sublime greatness of this book, but could not find fault with such a concise setting out of Truth. This sequel manages to exceed that. This book is genuinely Advanced. Not necessarily complex, but absolutely complete. Although better than '14 lessons', read 14 first to properly appreciate this masterpiece. I have yet to come across a better book. In all sincerity, a gem!

  • By Godspark on September 25, 2005

    This book goes into great detail in expounding on the ancient Hindu principles of spiritual consciousness. Not recommended for the beginning student but excellent for those who are looking for greater insight from wisdom teachers of the Orient.

  • By Phil Calandra on April 12, 2013

    This is a very well written book which includes a series of lessons beginning with the reprint and explanation of the "Light on the Path" by Mabel Collins. It is followed by lessons on Karma, Gnani and Bhakti Yoga in addition to discussions on Dharma, Mind, Spirit and other related topics. I feel that this is a very inspiring book especially the author's translation of "The Light on the Path". I feel that you are able to reach a subliminal understanding and glimpse into this very difficult and contradictory work based on Atkinson's analysis and interpretation. In addition to the foregoing, the author explains his yoga philosophy and eastern thought in very understandable terms. If there have been any questions raised from reading other books on yoga and or eastern thought, Atkinson nicely fills in the gaps and answers most questions. In additions to the foregoing, the author very thoroughly explains his own views of his yogic philosophy which in some ways is in contrast to other schools of eastern thought. Out of all the books that I have read of this author, this is clearly the best. I look forward to reading his other books.

  • By Tachirah on October 15, 2015

    I am often surprised when I pick up a book written by one or more of the famous modern mystics. I am not too familiar overall with the work of William Walker Atkinson or Mabel Collins, but I have to admit that they speak my language. This is a book for thinkers who are not quite ready to throw God out the window. It represents hope for those of us who have always been out of step with western religious thinking. Awesome!

  • By Brian on August 21, 2013

    This treatise cuts through the confusion of religion, philosophy and morality to reveal a clarity of understanding of mind, intention and unity as relevant today as it was 100 years ago as well as 3000 years ago. This timeless message is a must read for everyone seeking to reconcile the obsolete beliefs of the past with the emerging awareness of the present. Walter Atkinson wrote under many pen names including Yogi Ramachakara. His works are clear, concise teachings on Mind, Awareness and the evolution of soul. Highly recommended!

  • By camilinha on February 8, 2014

    This is one of the most important books I have ever read. The teachings and philosophies are so profound, and yet while written in paradox and is sometimes abstract - they all make perfect sense. If you are a kindred soul on the path for truth, please give this a read.


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